Victorville's Christmas Parade a Hit Despite Chilly Weather

The annual Victorville Christmas Parade made it’s way down Seventh Street on a chilly, blustery Saturday, December 7. About 500 spectators lined both sides of the street, waving and cheering the favorite entries.

This year’s parade theme was Santa’s Heroes: Past, Present, and Future. Sheriff John McMahon acted as the Grand Marshall this year.

Some popular entries included American Veterans and other veterans groups, high school bands, performing arts schools, civic clubs, youth clubs, local cities, scout troops, ROTC, cadet corps, fire departments, Miss Barstow Rodeo, National Pixie Miss Route 66, antique tractors, vintage vehicles, little league, and much more.

The parade is put on annually by the Victorville Kiwanis club, giving credit to great community relationships with the City of Victorville, Victor Valley Global Medical Center, Victor Valley Chamber, Daily Press, and the support of committee members and many other contributors.

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